Life College doesn’t just offer a two-year transition program for students with disabilities; we want to become a life-long resource to support our graduates and their families after completion of the program. When our graduates need a helping hand, we’ll be there to help with next steps.
We believe that many young adults with disabilities can lead independent lives. We help young adults with intellectual disabilities including, but not limited to, Autism, Fragile X, and other Developmentally Delayed Learners.
|Schooling:||High School Diploma, Certificate of Completion, or GED Able to function safely and independently on campus, in the classroom, in the workplace, and in the community settings. Have the potential to lead an independent life with meaningful and effective transition support.|
|Responsibilities:||Must adhere to the Life College “Dress Code and Appearance Policy”|
|Commitment:||Must demonstrate commitment to the Life College program and to acquiring the living, employment, and self-development skills required to be independent.|